"The result is a combination of mixing different techniques and materials, such as Neverwet (a super hydrophobic coat on a metal sheet) designed using anamorphosis to enhance the volumetric of the drops and finally, photographed by Lou Cardarola to this final image."
5 Gum campaign by photographer Saddington Baynes
Antarctic wildlife, photos by Justin Hofman
"We’ve all heard of the suffering artist, but photographer Kerry Skarbakka is taking the idea of suffering for one’s craft to a whole new level. In his death-defying series The Struggle to Right Oneself the 42-year-old visual artist acts as his own model, falling from buildings, bridges, trees, mountains, and more — all while capturing each fall with his lens.”
"Industrial farming, especially of animals, tends to be hidden from public view — and under so-called ag-gag laws…
The laws, so far enacted by Utah, Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa and Missouri, make it illegal to take undercover photos or videos of farms. Some proposed ag-gag laws would also cover zoos and puppy mills, and would officially label anyone who breaks them as a terrorist.” The laws don’t exist in Texas. Yet.
Jackson describes the video, created by Myzyk & Moriceau of Division & Mathematic (divisionparis.com), as “castration dynamite and phallic entertainment for everyone”.